For most of us, how the opposite *sex experiences an *orgassm is one of life’s great mysteries.
And as great as our own side of the coin can be, it’s hard not to wonder if the other side could be having it even better.
We can’t have it both ways (without surgery) to find out, but thankfully, scientists are all over this conundrum.
As the boys from AsapSCIENCE explain in the video below, there are a bunch of different factors that can contribute to how we define “better” in the male vs. female *orgassm debate.
Whilewomen tend to have much longer *orgassms of around 20 seconds or more, most men get just 3 to 10 seconds. But is longer better when you don’t get to experience it as often?
Studies have shown that while the average man gets to experience his 3-10 seconds in 95 percent of *sexual encounters, for women, this statistic drops to 69 percent of encounters.
*Climaxes are peculiarity that happen during *sex when two accomplices are personally excited. Obviously, people are altogether different in real design, and there are a ton of contrasts in climax strategy and impact.
Science has looked further into the distinctions between the two genders to figure out more about which *sex has the better climax. The outcomes might intrigue you.
• Females have longer climaxes (lasing 20+ seconds contrasted with 3+ seconds)
• Guys have a larger number of climaxes than females (95% rate contrasted with 69%)
• Gay ladies purportedly climax 12% a greater amount of the time than straight ladies
• Gay ladies supposedly have longer *sex than straight ladies
• Hereditary qualities assume a tremendous part in a lady’s capacity to climax during *sex
• Mind action among people is something similar during a climax
• The two *sexual orientations get themselves sleepier after a serious climax
• The two guys and females are fit for climaxes during their rest
• Guys are equipped for a non-ejaculatory *climax
So what’s the decision? Who has the better *climax?
Incidentally, guys and females get about similar experience from climaxes, and this is a significant detail in the association that is made during *sex between two sweethearts.
Science has shown that people are excited in altogether different ways, and, surprisingly, that one orientation demands more investment than the other, yet by and by, the sentiments are a lot of comparative and one orientation actually encounters a ‘worse’ climax than the other, in essence. As a matter of fact, the two sexes have utilized similar careful words to depict the sensations of a climax.
So the question is, would you rather have a shorter *orgassm if it means you’re almost guaranteed to actually get it, or are some things worth the wait?
If you think the solution is as simple as that, for shame – we’re talking about *orgassms here, of course it’s not that simple. There’s something else we have to take into account – the kind of *sex you’re having.
As AsapSCIENCE explains, a study investigating *orgassms experienced by a group of American participants aged 21 to 26 found that while gay and straight men experienced a similar rate of *orgassm, this rate changed dramatically for women depending on their *sexual orientation.
The study found that, on average, the *lesbians experienced around 12 percent more *orgassms than straight women, with 25 percent saying they climaxed during every *sexual encounter, and almost half saying they experienced an *orgassm more than 75 percent of the time.
And here’s the kicker for all those non-lesbians out there: not only did they experience a higher frequency of *orgassms when compared to their straight counterparts, they also had longer *sexual encounters, with an average of 30 to 45 minutes vs. 15 to 35 minutes.
These longer encounters could explain the higher frequency of *orgassms, but as AsapSCIENCE explains, research also suggests that genetics could be involved.
One study involving twins found that genetics can predict a third of the probability that a woman *orgassms during *sex.
Of course, length and frequency are probably the most uninteresting aspects of having an *orgassm – the best part is how they feel.
Obviously, there are a few core differences between male and female orgasms. For one, female orgasms can last 20 seconds or more, while male orgasms typically last about 3 to 10 seconds.
However, although the female orgasm may last longer, it’s certainly more rare than the male orgasm. Researchers found that males orgasm 95 percent of the time during sex, while females only orgasm about 69 percent of the time.
Interestingly, when it comes down to the way males and females describe the feelings of an orgasm, as well as the brain activity that occurs during an orgasm, there’s striking similarities between the two.
Regardless of gender, the brain stimulates blood flow to the genitals, and heartbeat and breathing increase, according to AsapSCIENCE. Further, PET scans have showed significant differences in the brain regions that become active during arousal, though the brain activity during an orgasm itself is the same in men and women.o which orgasm is better? AsapSCIENCE says the question boils down to the more personal attributes, like an individual’s physiology, anatomy, and psychology.
And, strangely enough, studies have found that how an *orgassm feels has very little to do with what genitals you happen to have.
We’ll let the video above explain that one to you, but let’s just say that while every individual is different, the other side of the fence might not actually be all that different, and you’ve probably got evolution to thank for that one. High fives.